DJI Goggles Integra Motion Combo (RC 2)


£475.00

SKU: CP.FP.00000119.02

Material Code: 303665

Brand: DJI

  • Game-Changing Flight Experience
  • Bundled with RC Motion 2
  • Full Flight Immersion
  • DJI O3+ Video Transmission
  • Extremely Low Latency
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DJI Goggles Integra Motion Combo
 

When used with the DJI RC Motion 2, the DJI Goggles Integra provide an immersive FPV experience. Enjoy realistic colours, precise details, and engaging motion controls when you fly.

 

 

Combined for Convenience

The DJI Goggles Integra eliminates cumbersome wires by combining the headband and battery into one. The goggles are small and light, weighing roughly 410g with foldable antennas. Additionally, a two-hour battery life enables you to take long flights without discomfort or worry.
 

Stunning Colours, HD Display

Two 1080p micro-OLED panels on the DJI Goggles Integra provide realistic colours and highlight-shadow details. Take stunning images with a screen brightness of up to 700 nits and a refresh rate of up to 100 Hz. Additionally, TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light Certified, DJI Goggles Integra will ensure that your flight is comfortable for your eyes.

 

Ultra-Low Latency, Stable Video Transmission

DJI O3+ video transmission, with a latency as low as 30 ms, is used by DJI Goggles Integra. To ensure uninterrupted flight, the goggles have powerful anti-interference capabilities and automatically switch between frequency bands.

 

Share the View

Connect to the DJI Fly app to provide a live camera view on your smartphone and goggles so you can share your perspective.
 

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  • Gregg Smith May 30, 2023

    With the latest firmware updates, DJI have added support for the DJI Goggles 2 / Integra with the Mavic 3 series and Mini 3 Pro aircraft. Once all of the devices are updated, this unlocks the ability to fly semi-FPV on the supported drones, but there are some things to be aware of. While you are (officially) limited to using the Motion 2 Controller with the aircraft while using the goggles, it is possible to take off using your normal RC controller, then turn on the goggles for the remainder of the flight, but you can only use head tracking if using the Motion 2 controller. You are limited to 4K, 2.7K or HD at 60fps whilst flying with the goggles, with no option for using the zoom lens(es) on the Mavic 3 series. It's an interesting idea for anybody looking to expand their creativity and flying styles but hopefully DJI will continue to offer updates that allow more flexibility in controller and camera options.

  • Gregg Smith May 30, 2023

    With the latest firmware updates, DJI have added support for the DJI Goggles 2 / Integra with the Mavic 3 series and Mini 3 Pro aircraft. Once all of the devices are updated, this unlocks the ability to fly semi-FPV on the supported drones, but there are some things to be aware of. While you are (officially) limited to using the Motion 2 Controller with the aircraft while using the goggles, it is possible to take off using your normal RC controller, then turn on the goggles for the remainder of the flight, but you can only use head tracking if using the Motion 2 controller. You are limited to 4K, 2.7K or HD at 60fps whilst flying with the goggles, with no option for using the zoom lens(es) on the Mavic 3 series. It's an interesting idea for anybody looking to expand their creativity and flying styles but hopefully DJI will continue to offer updates that allow more flexibility in controller and camera options.